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Java Weekly, Issue 216
This week, Spring Cloud Contract in practice, Java 9 and Reactive Streams and a comprehensive article about traffic shadowing.
Java Weekly, Issue 215
A strong week, lots of forward-looking articles about where Java is going, and the very first sponsor I accepted in the Java Weekly after almost 4 years of publishing :)
Java Weekly, Issue 214
This week, next-generation OAuth 2.0 support in Spring, JPA 2.2. updates, and an interesting write-up about software developers as craftmanships.
Java Weekly, Issue 213
This week, implementing Post/Redirect/Get pattern in Servlet API, migration from Dropwizard Metrics to Micrometer, and some cool insights in how code analysis in IntelliJ IDEA works.
Java Weekly, Issue 212
This week no common theme - an interesting dive into monitoring reactive applications, Kotlin DSLs, and a comprehensive explanation why Microservices aren't the universal solution.
Java Weekly, Issue 211
This week, some Hibernate tips, new Java Champions announced, and a cool write-up about transitioning from a generalist to a specialist.
Java Weekly, Issue 210
This week, a quick installment with some interesting guides on Microservices, Ethereum, and some Hibernate basics.
Java Weekly, Issue 209
No common theme this week: core Java, JUnit, and an interesting reminder why we shouldn't grant users more privileges than needed.
Java Weekly, Issue 208
This week Java 9 with Maven, some interesting Java performance tips and a cool write-up about side-jobs for developers.
Java Weekly, Issue 207
This week, a lot of Java 9, reports from SpringOne, and a cool comparison of Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes.
Java Weekly, Issue 206
This week, some Kotlin, some Java 9, and a lengthy musing about conference speaking.
Java Weekly, Issue 205
Surprisingly, not much Java 9 but JUnit 5, a cool writeup about monads, and some good musings about software developer's career.

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Hi! I'm Eugen and I am an engineer with a passion for Java, Spring, REST, TDD, and more recently producing great video.

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